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PAGFl Sl UFI- ICIAL TLLIA Pl BLIC SCHOOL NEWSPAPER A MARCH 5
The Debonaires were entertained
Sunday by Neoma. Sherrod with a
trip to the Rock Creek canyon. A
picnic lunch was served to the fol-
lowing I'll0lllll9l'HZ Mildred Gayler,
Marjorie Musick, Dorothy Lou Em-
mitt, Louise Jones, and the hostess
--. .... -M .,,-.... . - . .-
JEANNE JORDAN ENTERTAINS
Miss Joanne .lordun's home was
the sea-ne of at gala leap year par-
ty Saturday night. The 'programs
and rc-l'rvslxl11el1ts varried out the
themo of the party. The follow-'
ing guests were present: Florence
Mario llale, lddilh Stallings, Doris
Illmmitt, Marvin- llie Dawson,
.lohuno ltnth Martin. Betty Curry,
L.ouis,e Evans, Elaine Wilson, Mary
Rose Koim, lfllouiso Kellogg, Doro-
thy Nell Leonard, Dorothy Marie
Ivlcfiunv, Charlie Mae Northcutt.
Kathryn lluniels, Martha Jordan,
Mozelle Smith, lrone Thompson,
Canyon: Glenn Williams, J. ll.
Sprawls, Wallace Rice, Kenneth
Moon, Itvd Jones, Pete Stringer,
Dean ltfeddell, .lzuzk Rogers, Elmont
ilouna, th-tie Nolte, David Reddell,
Billy Evans, Bernice Clower, Sam
Harris, Red Baker, Walter Dukes,
Bobby Huxford, Albert XVilliam:4,
and the hostfss.
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MARY NELLE JENNINGS
Miss Mary Nullv Jennings en-
tertained Saturday night with a
l'ort.y-two party. After sevvml games
of hrldgv and forty-two were play-
ed, delicious refreshments were
served to tne following guests:
Madge llradley, Luota Burrow, Reba
Allen , Martha Workman, Mary
lulizabc-th Workman, Doris Lady.
Wilma Shaffer, lflph Fletvlwr, Roh-
ert lluniel, .lake Flolclior, lloy Bur-
row, Jain:-s Adams, Garland Pres-
ton and the hostess
fBy Miss I. Datum Outl
The dntvs this week may not
he entirely salisfuvtory because so
muny of tho heart throhs live in
distant parts of the district, so
just henr with me and l'f'lll9lllbl?l'
Wa' strive to pleasv!
ll' 'li 'll
'l'hv dates for this ws-ek are:
l"loron4'0 Maria- llulvkll. Dean
Butler at 1-ight o'vlo4-k Saturday
Lorraine l'00lll'llllP'-Jill'k Rogers
for clnn'vh Sunday night.
NVlllio Verna Dallas-Billy Town-
send at seven-thirty Friday night.
John' Russell Brooks wants tl
date with Marjorie Clayton-just
any old time it can he arranged.
l'm sorry to report to Tom Jack-
son that the V+-ga girls have left
for home, und it's a long way over
Tulia F. F. A.
Is Represented In
Mr. Van Zandt, Garland Preston,
and Paul Miller attended the dis-
trivt F. F. A. meeting at Farwell,
'iw xns, Feb. 29 to discuss and vote
on xarions questions pertaining to
lf'. I". A. activities.
G. Preston, of Tulia, and Carson,
of Bovina, were selected to repre-
s-nt this district at a state meet-
ing at I-'ort Worth during the Fat
Stock Show. A list of requirements
for 4-vrtificatvs of merits were dis-
cussed and voted on. It was also
do-aided that at medal will he given
to the best district farmer select-
ed by the vocational agriculture
:supervisor for this year's work.
lIvr+-ford, Tulia, Bovina, and Far-
wtll were all represented at this
Judge Gough Speaks
Judge Gough of Amarillo, a pio-
neer of the plains of Texas, ad-
dressed the high school students
Monday afternoon in an interest-
nig talk on the history of th:
plains. Judge Gough related a. num-
ber of personal experiences as a
cowboy on the Plains before they
we-re settled. His talk was conclud-
ed with an interesting poem relat-
ing the 4-ontrast of the pioneer
dnys with the present day life on
tht- Plains of Texas.
Mama says "Never get into a
car with a strange boy," but
maybe mama wouldu't care if
she knew that he drove a. cour-
tesy car-you know, those car:-
that you saw buzzin' around
girls. Boys will
comes to judg-
town last week
so many strange
he boys when it ,
ing a beautifull girl, and from 4
appearances, Tulia boys know. -
Six Weeks Honor Roll
Avcordlng to the report from
Prof. Younger the following were
on the grade school and high school
honor roll the last six weeks.
First Grade--Robert Ardis, Doro-
thy Ray llivens, James Norris Jeu-
nings, Marjorie Oden, Virginia
Younger, Mildred Carruth, Barbara
Daniels, Weldon llunoycutt, Betty
Second Grade- -Jerry Holes, Max
ine Ebeling, Mary Harris, Zoe Eve-
lyn l,Iun'iphroys, Lucille Jennings,
Ruth Jones, Maple Marie Ramsey,
Darrell Rogers, Jack Scott, Mary
.lane Stuclcer, Joe Donald Vaughn,
Lonnie Gene Wait, Colleen XVard.
Third Grade---Jack Ardis, Bobbie
Lee Childers, R. G. Clennin, Joel
Corder, Betty Dudley, Nell Rose
Laltoe, Nan Nolte, Norma Lou
Fourth Grade -Jack Jordan, Col-
Fifth Gradew- Gwyneth Deb Iii-
vens, Fonda Zane Duke, Charles
Edmondson, Montie Ardis, LoRena
0'Ncall, Amrna Lynn Pearson, Ar-
Sixth Grade -- Margaret Jones,
Connie XVaff0rd, John lVill Nichols,
Seventh Grade--A Jane Crocker.
Virginia Davis, Stewart Kirkpat-
rick, Glynn Smith, Teddy Spon-
holtz H. D. XVhito.
Freshmen-Marvelle Cox, Viola
Scale, Joe Bradley.
Sophomoresm-Lula Marjorie Con-
nvr, Martha Jordrm, Marjorie Ken-
yon, Geneva Lemmons, Thomasine
Starues, Delbert Devin.
Juniors -- Marjorie Edwards,
Dorothy Nell Leonard, Dorothy
Marie M1-Cune, Jack Grigg.
Seniors -- Jeanne Jordan, John
Russell Brooks, L. Dean Butler.
Post Graduates-Leota Burrow,
Mary Nelle Jennings, Lee Stith.
Livestock Team Will
Attend Odessa Show
The Tulia livestock team will
avcompany Mr. Van Zandt to Odes-
sa, Friday, March 6, where he will
judge the Odessa poultry show.
Odessa is having its livestock
show on this date, and Mr. Van
Zandt thought this would be a
good chance to give his livestock
team a. thorough workout before
the Amarillo contest, which will
be held March 9.
"Thu girls' district tournament
was a success from all angles,"
according to W. II. Younger in at
stntelnent to the press.
"lVo made money on the gate,"
hu said, "and very little trouble
was caused in the actual playing
of the games, either by the teams,
officials, or other persons."
The housing of the girls was un-
der the supervision of Miss Milfs
and Miss Miller. They did a. very
good joh, and little trouble was
4'llC0lllll.f'l'0tl hy this department.
lflvvryone was quite complimen-
tary in their statements to Mr.
Younger as to the actual tourna-
ment and the housing plan.
"I wish to thank anyone who
helped to make this tournann-nt ai
Hlll'1'f'SS," Mr. Younger stated.
Once more I have yielded to tho:
call of pen and paper, hut may I
also add that it was through no
fault of mine. However, I will, out
of the goodness of my heart, tell
you here that if you intend to read
this column, if it may be called
such, prepare for the worst--you
won't he disappointed.
1 O I
Carlsbad Ho! The Senior Class
of '36 has taken up the cry, and
looks as if
l'or the first time in
of the high school it
the seniors might get
Palo Duro canyons on
This matter is hy no
cial, however so-
l O U
Mr. H. K. Jackson, of the science
department has heen seen lately
on the local golf links. In a. spec--
ial interview this' afternoon he
tells me the biggest fault that he
has with his game is just restrain-
ing himself from driving the ball
too hard. He has broken two golf
clubs in the past week on clean
drives, his club coming into con-
tact with nothing but the golf bull.
Well, if he ever finds clubs that
can stand the strain-Bobby Jones,
H O Q
J. R. Sprawls, class president
is thinking of hiring private body
guards to keep off pursuing fe-
males. It was just a. few minutes
ago that he told me that some flip-
pant young thing had come to his
house Saturday night, and at the
point of a gun, nearly-he was
forced to accompany her to a so-
callvd leap year party. He also
stated that she kept him out so
late that his mother was very wor-
ried when he was finally brought
O U O
I am thinking all would be more
than grateful if I l-et myself in for
a goodbye. Soooo Goodbye.
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FEBRUARY 27 OFFICIAL TULIA PUBLIC SCHOOL NEWSPAPER il
Editor-L. Dean Butler.
Assistant Editor-Lee Stith.
Sports Editor-Bernice Clower.
Society Editors-Anita Seay and
Columnists - ?????
Copy Readers-Arley Moore and
WHO"S WHO IN T. H. S.
Sum all together and add a win-
some smile and you have Pauline
Buchenau, a friend to all.
'Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
This is the cry of the good foot-
ball boys, who will have a stand
at the basketball tournament this
week end. They will sell hambur-
gers, hot dogs, soda pop, pop corn,
candy and chewing gum.
The football boys are sponsor-
ing this stand in order to raise
money with which to buy sweat-
Will you help them? These boys
have worked hard to uphold the
standards of T. H. S. in athletics,
and they are trying hard to get
money to buy sweaters. Didn't you
appreciate the things they did on
the football field enough to accom-
modate them and buy even 5c
worth at their stand?
Hornets Nosed Out
In District Tourney
The Tulia Hornets downed the
Hereford Whitefaces 33 to 19 but
were defeated by the Canyon Eagles
in the district tournament at Ama-
rillo last Friday. The Hornets play-
ed an excellent game with the
Whitefaces holding them at the
half with a score of 17 to 3. Jess
Edwards was high point man with
The Hornets played a slow game
against Canyon with the result
that the Eagles beat the local boys
by one point. Dobbs was high point
man with 10 points to his credit.
Waller was high point man for
Tulia with 9. points.
It seems that Hatcher Brown
was in a collision last Monday
with one of his pupils,-and it
was not in the school room. The
two cars met and exchanged
compliments, with the Pogue
car getting the worse deal. i
fThey always do when Brown '
is messed up in it somewhere.l
No one was hurt and as '
Hatcher was absent while this
was being written the details I
cannot be given.
200 At Program
The Tulia high school band, un-
der the direction of Mr. Riemen-
schneider, presented a program
last Thursday night in the high
school auditorium before a crowd
of more than two hundred.
The program consisted of ten
classical numbers by the entire
band, with special feature numbers,
including trumpet solos by Lauren
Davies and Guy Barks. Arley Moore
was featured in a comical explan-
ation of how "The Music Goes
Down and 'Round," while Kirk Hul-
sey, Jr. displayed much ability in
a perfect exhibition of baton twirl-
ing. Jack Rogers showed his mas-
tery of a rare accomplishment,
that of playing on an instrument
made of partly filled water glasses.
Probably the biggest attraction
of the program was the Hillbilly
Band, composed of Jack Rogers,
John Russell Brooks, Edgar Jen-
nings, Edred Shearer, and Arley
Track Starts Monday
Says Coach Brown
"I want you boys with any kind
of legs to report to the dressing
room Monday for track," was the
word Hatcher Brown, Tulia coach.
passed around this week.
In other words, track will start
next Monday evening at 4 o'clock.
believe we will have a team
will go to Austin this year,"
Brown, "and you boys that
want to make the trip, start train-
In My Opinion
But I'm Nurtz
Those junior basketball players
are doing pretty good. They brought
home two cups from the Happy
tournament last Friday night.
Pauline Buchenau should stoD
walking in her sleep. She has a
bad ankle. ,
The basketball boys should have
worn track shoes or ice ,skates in
Amarillo last Friday. The floor was
so slick that they could hardly
stand on it.
J lon TAKE Must
BRI G Hour 2-cur
Under the supervision of the dif-
ferent teachers, preparations for
the Interscholastic League meet
are progressing. Track work will
begin Monday, under the super-
vision of Coach Brown. Other ath-
letic events are getting under way,
with Mr. Jackson coaching tennis,
and Mr. Edelmon supervising girls'
volley ball practice. The junior
boys and girls have organized play-
ground ball teams, under the su-
pervision of Mr. Shirley and Miss
Under the able direction of Mr.
Riemenschneider, the school will be
represented in choral singing at
the meet. Students in the grade
school, and between ten and fif-
teen years of age, are eligible to
try out for this group. Twenty-five
students will be allowed to partl-
cipate i11 the contest.
In the literary division, Miss Mill-
er has been coaching senior girls'
spelling, with several entrants. Al-
ready she has chosen her team
and eliminated the other spellers.
Wilma Schaffer and Irene Corder
will represent Tulia at the meet,
with consistent coaching by Miss
Miss Bowman began instruction
last week of the "ready writers,"
or, more familiarly, essay writing.
Several students show interest and
ability along this line, and will
write numerous short essays dur-
ing the nfxt few weeks in prepar-
ation for the contest.
Many interesting phases of the
Interscholastic League work are
now open to those students who
are eligible and desire to enter.
Perhaps some students may
think that they will not profit by
entering some contest, working
hard, and then losing in the final
meet. But would they really lose?
No. of course not. They may have
failed to gain high honors in thc
contest, but they would add a vital
element to their character which
would strengthen them. The abil-
ity to work hard and then lose
a contest in the sportsmanlike
manner indicates the presence of
an element in the character which
savors of the finer things of life.
Mr. Wallace, who is in charge of
the Interscholastic League work in
the Tulia High School, has said,
"I would rather see a good loser
that can lose good than a poor
winner." Why not decide what
phase of work you are best fitted
for, and enter right now?
TULIA GIRLS DOWN
LOSE TO UNION HILL
BOYS DOWN BOTH KRESS
AND HAPPY TO WIN
The junior boys took the first
place in the county tournament at
Happy last Friday and Saturday
night and the girls took the city
division by beating out the Happy
The girls smothered the Happy
group Friday night with the score
of 62 to 5 to win the city division.
They wcreubeaten out in the coun-
ty division by Union Hill with a
score of 21 to 13. "They showed a
good spirit all the way through,"
said Miss Maynard, the coach.
The boys played Kress Friday
night and beat them out with a
score of 17 to 5. They went to the
finals against Happy and downed
them with a close score of 19 to
17. "They played a pretty 'gooii
game," reported Mr. Hill, the jun-
Both teams received a beautiful
Oddities In Tulia Hi
Latest additions to T. H. S's
laurels are two trophies captured
by the Juniors at the basketblal
tournament at Happy last week
cud. 'Ray for our future Hornets
and Hornettesl .
We wonder why. But really, she
has reasons. Edith Stallings, in
writing- an article about the ap-
proaching music memory contest
recenily, wrote it Musick, spelled
MUSICK, with a capital M! Af-
ter all, maybe it is Musick Memo-
Coming! Coming Soon! Just
around the corner: Scores of vis-
iting members of the fairer sex.
tDon't get discouraged, girls. Of
course there are possibilities that
their brothers or uncles 'of neigh-
bor boys will come along.l And all
these visitors will expect the ut-
most courtesy while in the city:
local officials and patrons expect
us to extend these courtesies Are
wo going to maintain the reputa-
tion Tulia has previously gained
in entertaining? ,-
And was Whatta Man Arley
Moore's face red Monday when he
was weighed "along side of" some
of our big huskies. But Arley sez
"anyhow I'm a big man. Tough as
a boot and twice as high, weighs
105 pounds with three rocks in each
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P Senior Class
As is the usual custom, the dif-
ferent classes will have charge of
one edition of the Hornet this year.
The seniors will also have charge
of the last two Hornet editions.
The following people constitute
the special senior staff:
Assistant Editor-L. Dean Butler.
Columnists-Jack Rogers, John
Russell Brooks, Arley Moore.
Society Editors-Betty Curry and
Reporters--Florence Marie Hale,
Anita Seay, Mary Hancock, Jack
Typists-Jeanne Jordan, Elwood
Sponsors-Miss Elma Miller and
Mr. C. J. Van Zandt.
In My Opinion,
But I'm Nurtz
And we really had some keen
ball games here over the week
cud. The town was flooded with
beautiful girls from miles around.
That was the chance for which
some of our boys were waiting.
They left their old gal for a new
one. tThey are now pining away.J
I hear that Tom Noble had an ex-
tra good time showing those girls
our fair city. He ate lunch four
times just so he could eat with
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The football players turned into
fans and yelled their heads off at
the basketball games tfor someone
to buy their wares.J Well, anyway,
they got results.
O U O
The English IV class is making
the music go round and round in
with the class work. The students
are studying rhythm, and they cer-
tainly are melodious in their work.
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Speaking of poetry, the minds of
many young people are turning to,
the writing of it tor they soon will
bel No wonder Miss Bowman se-
lects this time of year to have her
classes write that kind of thing.
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Speaking of English, Roy Rogers
should get his collar size more
definite. He spent thirty minutes
hunting a dog harness in Wool-
worth's the other day. Then it
would now fit him.
I O l
Mr. Shirley should be more care-
ful what he does with his biology
specimens. He told the biology
class that they would now cut a
frog into small pieces for exam-
ination. He reached into his pock-
et and brought out a crushed ham
sandwich. "That's funny," said
Shirley with a load of profound
dumbness on his handsome face, "I
distinctly remember eating my
C 1 0
L. Dean Butler should have worn
Reba Allen, Dora Hazel Bivens,
Madge Bradley, Pauline Marie
Buchenau, Opal Lorraine Caraway,
Marjorie Clayton, Alsace Lorraine
Cochrane, Lera Romaine Cox, Bet-
ty Curry, Willie Verna Dallas, Mar-
vie Rie Dawson, Doris Lee Emmitt,
Florence Marie Hale, Mary Adalene
Hancock, Marjorie Evelyn Jolmson,
Jeanne Elizabeth Jordan, Estelle
Mayfield, Bonnie Leona Mills, M.
Elizabeth Poff, Hazel D. Robison,
Delia Oleta Seaman VVilma Gene
Shafer Anita Seay, Cecile Anna
Spear, Katherine Elaine Wilson
Martha Lou Workman.
A. Marcelle Anderson, Thomas
Elwood Bates, J. Henry Bice, John
Russell Brooks, Eugene S. Brown.
Jr., L. Dean Butler, Bernice Clow-
er. Robert E. Daniels, Jr., Lauren
Cecil Davies, Walter VV. Dukes,
Jess H. Edwards, XV. Carroll Fos-
ter, Bill Ray Garrison, G. Elmont
Honea, Tom Noble Jackson, Edgar
Ernest Jennings, William E. Jones,
Roscoe King, Audrey Crawford Ki-
ker. J. Morris Layton, Paul D.
Miller, John Arley Moore, James
A. McMahan, James Howard Pogue,
Roy Garland Preston, Wallace H.
Rice, Elvis Dearl Roberson, Jack
Weldon Rogers, Jakie F. Rogers,
Robert Pershing Sharrock, J. P.
Sharp, Jr., Frank Sharp, Chester
L. Sprague, J. Richmond Sprawls.
Frank Staggs, Henry Raymond
Starncs, Robert Otis Tirey.
Football Boys Sponsor
In a determined effort to raise
enough money for football sweat-
ers, the football boys are sponsor-
"Frisco Kid" at the local thea-
tre. Saturday night preview, Sun-
day and Monday.
"Frisco Kid," starring James
Cagney is the picture of the gold
man Frisco of the vicious "fifties"
glittering with gaudy glamour of
the Gold Coast, where living men
ask no questions and dcad men
tell no tales. A sincerely good pic-
ture full of thrilling action, ro-
mance, and outstanding perform-
ance by an outstanding cast. A
Warner Bros. superior production.
Tickets may be bought from any
member of the footbal team.
Buy your ticket now!
The high school and housing
committee wishes to express its
appreciation to the citizens of the
tow11 for the hospitality shown to
the visiting teams, coaches, and
drivers who were here last week
end for the girls' basketball tour-
nament. - t
glasses at those basketball .games
because he kept time and he got
tired looking at girls. tAt least,
that's what he said.l
oFF1ciAL TUIJIA PUBLIC SGHOOL NEWSPAPER . PAGE 52
List'Of Seniors Football Stand Seniors Select tNew'
ils A Success
The stand the football boys had
during the di trict tourney was a
financial success, and several dol-
lars were added to 'the sweater
fund. ' -
The boys who, helped in the
stand worked hard during the
games and sold much candy, pop,
fudgsicles, and gum. On S6VBl'Zl.l
occasions they ran short of com-
modities, and if these had been
available, more money might have
. T0 ...
The l'lornet's Next
tBy I. Buzzj
Tsk! tsk! XVhat is this world
coming to? Monday in shorthand
class Polly B. deliberately and
maliciously pursued a certain stu-
dent aud when she had him cor-
nered. she snatched his shirt from
his back. tMy, My, Polly! P-u-lease!
Then to climax it all, the victim
borrowed said Polly's coat and hid
his manly figure in its folds and
Mr. Edelmon was heard to remark:
"My, what a pretty boy's hair cut'
little sister has!"
U U It
All of the local Romeos seem to
have survived the girl storm over
the week end and are seriously
thinking of attending the state con-
test at Plainview tomorrow.
8 O O
After coming out for tennis for
a day or two, one senior player
was seen in Mr.. Jackson's room
Monday afternoon asking as to how
ham-stringing affected one.
O I O
lVhy doesn't some one give us
a report on how the date agency
is prospering? Now is the chance
for all of you bashful beaux and
IF ll i
Sccn Monday afternoon:
Polly B. regretting her drastic
action in shorthand period.
Robert Daniel inquiring about his
leg. It's affected with tennisitis.
Marcelle Anderson displaying his
white. muscle bound legs to the
glaring sun. Don't get excited Anita
he's coming out for track.
Henry Bice, back to school after
his recent illness.
Freshman boys pondering over
the definition of a line-camp, chuck
and a hot roll.
Miss Miller measuring the sen-
ior class for gowns, night, I beg
your pardon, class gowns.
Betty Curry wondering if honk-
ing under bridges does any good
Hc is a sport, an athlete, and my,
How he makes one certain Junior
Tall, straight, and handsome is he
A perfect gentleman, now do you
Answer last week: Mr. Shirley.
Style Caps And A
Departing from the usual custom,
the caps and gowns of the senior
class this year will be navy blue
instead -of gray. -Measurements
have already been-taken.
They will be ordered from The
Cap and Gown Company of Amer-
ica at Los Angeles, California with
a rcntal fee of 51.50.
Nicknames And '
Elizabeth Poff "Betty" flirting:
with the boys. -
Toni Jackson "conceited"' Mil-
Robert Huxford "Bobby" dating
out-of-town basketball girls. '
Ililly Ray Garrison "Brute" dat-
ing a blonde sophomore. '
Wallace Rice "Wally" being late
to school. '
Arley Moore "Sissy" breaking
Miss Miller "Teacher" standing
at the head of the stairs. - f' '
Mr. Van Zandt "Mister" to you
--raising chickens!! '
John Russell Brooks---UBrooksy-"
making wisectacks. " ' '
Doris Emmitt "Red" studying
Betty 'Curry "Betsy" driving her
Buick. - - K
Florence Marie Hale "Flossy"
going .to shows. L D I - -
Reba Allen "Goofy" carrying the
The Senior. Class
Pauline Buchenau is an ,all
around, girl. a good student, ,musi-
cian, and editor,of- the "Hornet,"
She is a friend to all, and she.,is
liked by thc entire student body.
K i li
J. R. Sprawls can be described
in thrce words - tall, dark, and
handsome. Ile is the senior class
president. and he is a member of
the F. F. A. class.
D l U
.Teannc Jordan is the president,
of the Student Council. She is
quitc popular in school with the
student body and the teachers.
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L. Dean Butlcr, the important
journalism class editor, takes part
in all sports. and breaks many
girls' hearts in the meantime.
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Change Is Made S
In Senior Play
Because of conflicting circum-
stances the senior play has been
changed from "The Hoodoo" 'to
"Dollars to Doughnuts" by Glenn
Hughes. The play has ten charac-
ters. The cast for the play will be
chosen in the near future.
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